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God’s Word in practice

Explore how God’s Word challenges and empowers us to live 100% according to His will, so we no longer need to fall in sin, but can come to a life of victory.


Joseph’s bones

Joseph wanted Israel to take his bones back to the Promised Land. Read what this story means for us today.

The importance of using the whole armor of God

The belt of truth, the helmet of salvation, etc. What are these things that are so crucial to our lives?

The love of God: A driving force for active Christianity

How God’s love for us translates into us loving the others.

Relationship with Jesus

VIDEO: Watch Sarah’s testimony about her relationship with her Savior, and be inspired to seek a greater connection with Jesus, our brother and friend.

The valuable opportunities God’s light gives us

If we love the light, we can become children of the light!

8 essential Bible verses with 8 epic promises

These words of Jesus give us a lot to think about and work with!

“Living Faith” – A song full of future and hope

SONG: Listen to and read about a song that is guaranteed to strengthen your faith!

The narrow way

The narrow way is the way to life. It means giving up something – but the results are amazing!

Statement of faith

Our faith in God’s Word has shaped who we are and what we believe. The Scriptures are not ambiguous when they say that a normal Christian life should be a life of victory over sin, and we believe it! This is absolutely possible by the power of the Holy Spirit. Just listen to what Paul writes to the Romans: “For sin shall not have dominion over you, for you are not under law but under grace. What then? Shall we sin because we are not under law but under grace? Certainly not!” Romans 6:14-15.

In other words, coming to a victorious life is fully possible—and living in sin is completely unnecessary! We can become true disciples of Jesus Christ, who have fulfilled the conditions He set, and now follow Him on the new and living way to eternal life. Is this true? Thousands of people among us can answer with a resounding: YES! Not only do we believe it, but we also experience it personally through the help of the Holy Spirit.

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